The site of clips music Vevo announced yesterday (19) that will go on air on the 8th of December. The service, announced in April this year, is a joint venture between Universal Music and Sony Entertainment will be ‘powered by YouTube‘. The launch will also feature a press event in New York City, where it will be revealed whether there are local access restrictions, as the site Hulu.com, available only in the US.
Although it contains videos from YouTube, Vevo should not use any clip made by users of the site. All content available on the service will be professional, produced with large budgets and professional equipment. The company has not yet announced whether to charge for access or if the site will be supported by ads. The content, however, will be available both through Vevo.com or at the site on YouTube channel itself.
In addition to the record companies, the project has phone operator investments cell AT & T and the Abu Dhabi Media, the latter being that contributed US $ 300 million for the service.